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alvarnell

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    Honorary Member, Macintosh computing, Mac malware analysis and prevention. USA(Ret) 1963-91.

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  1. I know that none of the staff members here have access to licensing information, so if that's what is required to fix your situation you must contact the sales support team by filling out this form https://support.malwarebytes.com/hc/requests/new to get help. It often takes a week or more to work through backlogs there due to a variety of factors, so you'll need to be patient. But perhaps a user or staff member is familiar with your situation and can suggest something.
  2. Anti-malware and AntiVirus are just two names for the same type of software. The latter is simply the way it was referred to in the distant past when the prevalent form of malware was the virus. Some developers have stuck with that name while others have adopted modern naming conventions. I would not think that having Kaspersky installed would prevent you from using Malwarebytes, but again I have not tried that and hoped that someone who had would respond here.
  3. Several other AV utilities claim this and with some that's probably true. Perhaps someone that has tried can verify. As long as you disable the Real-time features of Malwarebytes temporarily during Kaspersky installation, it cannot interfere. Generally speaking, I have no problem with having multiple anti-malware utilities installed as long as only one of them is allowed to perform real-time/on-access protection, otherwise it will have a negative impact on your computing experience as the compete to access the same new/changed files.
  4. If you simply search the web for website malware scanner, you will get lots of hits, most being free..
  5. https://forums.malwarebytes.com/forum/253-chrome/ Yes, you will be notified here.
  6. The dialog indicates possible scam activity, not malware. This should have been posted to the browser guard forum in order for the correct staff member to work it, so I will request it be moved for you. @AdvancedSetup Also note that VirusTotal check indicates it's clean: https://www.virustotal.com/gui/url/30d34ee9ff51fa3c7fb089e5027b1b76f682c1ff4798cfd73920e6e2de3c7a52/detection I suspect it has something to do with a script on the site behaving in a suspicious manner often associated with scamming.
  7. What version of macOS? Note there are different installation instructions depending on your setup: https://support.malwarebytes.com/hc/en-us/articles/360038479294-Download-and-install-Malwarebytes-for-Mac
  8. Unfortunately, nobody in the forum can access licensing information, but perhaps @AdvancedSetup can check that ticket number with the appropriate department to give you a status.
  9. Tests clean on VirusTotal: https://www.virustotal.com/gui/url/d939885dad992b9efb67222a6308b15cc15f5f7b99671c97a4ab8f3b85160f86/detection
  10. 7 scanners on VirusTotal indicate that's a phishing or malware source site. You may need to clear those up before Malwarebytes staff can remove your block. https://www.virustotal.com/gui/url/4d445f31915b812216b8ac6ab677ce6d14debf0e8864bbe2176fc964c69a5694/detection
  11. Malwarebytes takes reports from multiple sources, but posting instructions here only require a check with VirusTotal, so I accomplished that for you.
  12. Clean in VirusTotal: https://www.virustotal.com/gui/url/1358b36e157ba7a8c98d48ad32c700b789693d96871e3fc48082eee0e3b803de/detection
  13. I don't understand what logon "Unix" means. Why do you need to have two routers with one inactive (bridged)? Thanks for confirming that you have an unremovable MDM Profile. To me that makes me quite suspicious of that networking person that setl up your VPN, etc. Setting up an MDM almost has to be done within your LAN. It's normal to have the netbiosd running by the _netbios user, but your traffic count is much higher than mine (11KB sent, 7 KB Rcvd). Perhaps because I rebooted about 8 hours ago. Do you have a list of IP and MAC addresses of all you devices so you know what those connections are? DoS attacks are very very common. Hackers send streams of pings throughout the Internet to random IP addresses trying to find an open port that might be exploitable. Yours are several minutes, even days apart, so nothing like an attempt to overwhelm your network. Safe mode only loads those items that are absolutely essential for macOS to run and give you a UI, so not surprising that all those other processes run then.
  14. I think what we have all been trying to say is that the Server box is blank, indicating that there are no WIN servers connected to our Macs.
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